BENJAMIN NETANYAHU POINTS TO COMPUTER DURIN GLIKUD PRIMARY VOTE
Opposition Likud party leader Benjamin Netanyahu points to the screen of a voting computer March 26 as he poses for reporters after casting his vote in the Likud part primary. For the first time in Israel voters will cast their ballots by touching a computer screen which has the candidates listed as numbers. The tally will be processed by computer when the polls close this evening. Israelis go to the polls in a general election on May 29 and Netanyahu will face Prime Minister Shimon Peres in the first-ever direct election of the prime minister. A photographer is seen above the cardboard voting enclosure, top right.